Harry Redknapp says he has ‘faith’ he can still contribute as a manager and wants to work in the English Premier League.
The former Tottenham Hotspur man has revealed clubs from all over the world have approached him to be their head coach, but he will not rush the decision over taking a new job.
Having led Tottenham to fourth spot in the Premier League last season and never lower than fifth during his three years in charge, Redknapp remains certain he can succeed at the top of English football.
“I could manage anywhere,” Redknapp told Sky Sports.
“I have certainly not lost any faith in my ability.
“I have left Tottenham in an unbelievable position from when I went to the club to where they are now.
“It could not have gone better; it has been four fantastic years.”
In the two seasons prior to Redknapp’s arrival, Tottenham had finished 11th and eighth.
The north London club qualified for the Champions League for the first time during his second season in charge.
Tottenham sacked the 65-year-old on June 13, and with the job at White Hart Lane the only vacancy in the Premier League, it remains to be seen where Redknapp will find employment.
“That is the only place to manage for me,” he said.
“As I say, you never know what comes up.”
The former Portsmouth, Southampton and West Ham manager has been heavily linked with a lucrative job in the Middle East.
“I have had loads of offers from abroad,” he said.
“But it is not something I am going to dive in and take the first job that comes up.
“If I am going to take a job, it has got to be a good job – the right job.”